Change LAN settings – Thompson Technicolor TG582n

Before You Begin

  • You must set a static IP address on your PC
  • Make no sure other devices are connected to the modem via DHCP
  • Check Telnet has been installed
  1. Log into the TG582n modem interface
  2. Click Home Network in the left-hand menu and select Interfaces
  3. Click LocalNetwork 
  4. Click Configure in the top-right corner
  5. Unselect Use DHCP Server and click Apply
  6. Click Add under DHCP Pools
  7. Open a Command Prompt (i.e. Start Menu, Run and type cmd in Windows XP)
  8. Continue reading Change LAN settings – Thompson Technicolor TG582n

Microsoft SQL Server – no admin access

Disable SQL services
From command line:

  1. cd \
  2. cd C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSSQL.[instance_name]\MSSQL\Binn
  3. sqlservr -m -s [instance_name]
  4. from another CMD
  5. sqlcmd -s [hostname]\[instance_name] -e create login [domain\administrator] from windows
  6. go
  7. exec sp_addsrvrolemember @loginame='domain\administrator', @rolename='sysadmin'
  8. go
  9. exit


GNU/Linux Response

You all have admitted that BSD & Linux has drawn the line between mainstream and brainiacs.
Good distro for you guys is Ubuntu which for me is like reinventing the wheel or rather Windows. Use Windows 7 and stop moaning.
There is no way to satisfy both communities of hard workers the devs/testers and lazy mainstream people scared of the terminal that wants everything for granted.

I suspect that you have had your bad day or rather night with Linux and now you moan about it. I had my own bad days, but did not waste my time to record videos about it.

More than 70% of the Internet is served thanks to BSD and GNU/Linux. Top 10 and most of the top 100 supercomputers are running Linux.

response to one of the sad videos on YouTube.